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The World Needs Love - Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Down On Bond Street (CD)

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  1. Kigarn says:
    Mar 01,  · George Tucker - Guitar Hugh Malcolm - Drums Tommy McCook - Tenor Sax Lester Sterling - Alto Sax Lyn Taitt - Lead Guitar Winston Wright - Organ Ranny "Bop" Williams - Rhythm Guitar Danny Simpson - Trombone Tommy McCook described the Supersonics as being in existence from to the early 's. They played extensively for school .
  2. Mikarn says:
    A3 - Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - Heatwave (Moving) A4 - Joya Landis - Out De Light A5 - The Paragons - My Best Girl A6 - Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - The World Needs Love B1 - Alton Ellis - I Can't Stand It B2 - Phyllis Dillon - Long Time (aka Nice Time) B3 - Tommy McCook &The Supersonics - Ride Me Donkey.
  3. Zugal says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Down On Bond Street on Discogs/5(13).
  4. Nakazahn says:
    Treasure Isle Studio Band The Supersonics were formed by Tommy McCook after The Skatalites split up due to Don Drummond' murdering his girlfriend in McCook left Studio One and joined Arthur "Duke" Reids' label Treasure boibonderghandversglutimlarovabarca.coinfos were old partners from The Skatalites times and a bunch of new musicians. They were one of Jamaica's most productive .
  5. Gashicage says:
    Tommy McCook & The Supersonics discography and songs: Music profile for Tommy McCook & The Supersonics, formed Genres: Rocksteady, Reggae, Jamaican Ska. Albums include Only a Smile / The Tide Is High, Baba Boom / Real Cool, and Trojan Calypso Box Set.
  6. Moogukinos says:
    Tommy McCook And The Supersonics B: Thunderball: Treasure Isle Jamaica: 7" 1: Chuck Jaques With The Supersonics A: Another Guy Tommy McCook And The Supersonics B: My Kind: Jontom Jamaica: 7" 0: The Techniques A: You Don't Care Tommy McCook And The Supersonics B: Don On Bond Street: Treasure Isle Jamaica: 7" 1: .
  7. Tojam says:
    Review: Tommy McCook was a go to guy for many reggae artists in Jamaica who were looking for a little extra spit and polish on their productions.A founding member of the legendary Skatalites with a penchant for r&b and jazz, Jamaican Recordings have put together a fine overview of some of his greatest moments, featuring the soaring saxophone of McCook over various .
  8. Gojora says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of You Don't Care / Down On Bond Street on Discogs. Label: Trojan - none • Format: Vinyl 7 The Techniques / Tommy McCook & The Supersonics - You Don't Care / Down On Bond Street (, Vinyl) | Discogs.
  9. Vudozragore says:
    May 12,  · 3 Down On Bond Street 4 Wall Street Shuffle 5 Moody Ska 6 Real Cool 7 Tommy's Rocksteady 8 Soul Serenade 9 Persian Cat (In A Persian Market) 10 Saboo 11 The Shadow Of Your Smile 12 Music Is My Occupation 13 Our Man Flint 14 Mad Mad Mad 15 Ode To Billie Joe 16 Heatwave (Moving) 17 The World Needs Love Author: Jooge.

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